- August 1, 2003
Come September, Carleton’s campus will be a busy place. The bustle of moving into dorms, saying goodbye to a carefree summer and the prospect of schoolwork will settle in as returning students prepare to dive into another year of school. For the class of 2007, however, this September will bring a whole new experience.
- August 1, 2003
Carleton’s Cowling Arboretum recently played host to a small herd of cattle. The eight animals grazed Hillside Prairie for six weeks this summer as part of an experiment in prairie management.
- July 25, 2003Two students are spending the summer translating long lost French documents, and in the process are uncovering pieces of history.
- July 2, 2003Friends share their memories of Mike Ewers '04.
- April 28, 2003Kate Coddington, a senior history major with a focus on Latin American history, has spent much of the last two years examining the tensions that exist between long-time Georgetown residents and immigrants, and the reasons why their volatile relationship has not led to major trouble.
- April 8, 2003Joel Weisberg, professor of physics and astronomy, takes students to the Arecibo Radio Observatory in Puerto Rico to do first-hand research.
- January 27, 2003Hal Higdon '53, senior writer for Runner's World magazine, reviews "Cold" by former Carleton president Laurence McKinley Gould.
- December 20, 2002
The Program in Ethical Reflection at Carleton (PERC) encourages campus conversation of morals and ethics.
- December 4, 2002Keith Harrison, professor emeritus of English, talks about his new collection of poetry, "CHANGES: New and Collected Poems (1962-2002)."
- September 16, 2002Anna Moltchanova, assistant professor of philosophy, speaks on the philosophy of war.
- August 7, 2002Rich Keiser, associate professor of political science, speaks on suburbanization and its impact on American cities.
- June 10, 2002
Fly fishing literature course has students analyze fish stories.